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Happy Birthday, Audrey Hepburn! ( May 4, 1929 - January 20, 1993 )
“The greatest victory has been to be able to live with myself, to accept my shortcomings… I’m a long way from the human being I’d like to be. But I’ve decided I’m not so bad after all.” 

The entire class when I say anything remotely snarky/sarcastic to one of them.

Hogwarts School Year: 1995

Swati Pevekar (Ravenclaw) Astoria Greengrass (Slytherin) Sage Kelleen (Gryffindor)

“You two hurry it up, we’re missing it!”

“Greengrass, Kelleen come on!”

“What happened?”

“The Weasley twins just set off fireworks in the Great Hall.”

“On bloody Umbridge!”

“Are you serious!?”

“Just come on Sage!!”

“Peeves is chasing her”

“Swati wait up”….

They Ship It

Words: 919
Bruce Banner X Reader
Prompt: “ All our students ship it” Teacher AU
(Prompt via @dailyau & @edge-of-bizarre. Not my gif.)


“Excuse me, Miss [Y/L/N], Do you know what shipping is?” One of your tenth grade students raised her hand. It was the middle of a Wednesday and your class was supposed to be reading Romeo and Juliet. For whatever reason they had all decided that task was beneath them. You didn’t really push the issue since their lessons were a few weeks ahead of schedule anyway.

“Shipping?” You repeated. “You mean like shipping a packages from one place to another?” Several of the students around the class erupted into fits of giggles.

“No,” A boy in the front row gasped through his fits of laughter. “shipping is when a person or group of people want two people to be a couple. Like how Juliet’s dad really wants her to end up married to Paris. You could say Lord Capulet ships them. Their ship name could be Julius.”

“Julius. Juliet and Paris. Like Bradgelina, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.” You nodded to show them that you understood. “Well, thanks for catching me up on this, let’s all turn our attention back to our books alright?”

“The reason why I ask,” The first girl from the back of the class spoke up again. “Is because…most of us in the tenth grade class we had a poll on Facebook. And we decided together that we ship you with Dr. Banner.”

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“Oh, I loved my [onscreen] children! I loved them! The fourth film, I wasn’t in it, and I got postcard from them saying, ‘Come back, Mom! Dad can’t control us!’  
The whole feel of the job was very homey and very family. I’ve never known a film [series] like it. I suppose it’s because we were there for 10 years and we saw the children grow up and the rest of us grow old. It didn’t ever feel like work.”
—Julie Walters (Mrs. Weasley)